"It feels really good," stated Wulfeck. "I have felt like Wake was the place for me since I camped there last summer. Their coaching staff was really honest with me which means a lot. Also, I think Wake provides the best opportunity."
Last week, head coach Jim Grobe called Wulfeck and expressed his plans for the talented punter. "I had a great talk with Coach Grobe. He said Shane and I would compete for the starting job next season. He also stated how important special teams was to him and how he liked it best when they had a separate punter and kicker."
Wulfeck is continuing to train for next season and is working hard to improve as a punter. "I am working with Mike Hollis and strength coach Chris Bland. I am just trying to get as strong as possible before next season."
During his senior season, Wulfeck had 14 punts for a 43 yard average and 6 punts inside the 20. He was also the holder for field goals and extra points the past three seasons for Bolles. Wulfeck also had preferred walk-on offers from Illinois, Florida, Arkansas, and others.